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The Bergami Family Summer Internship Program 2016

Guide & Application
Click here to download the guide and fill out the online form application

The Career Development Center and the Division of Student Affairs are pleased to announce that stipends will be awarded on a competitive basis to students completing unpaid internships in summer 2016.

It is critical that interested students carefully read the following requirements and application procedures. Due to the large volume of applicants and highly competitive nature of these awards, students who fail to address all required components of the application will NOT be considered. Students are encouraged to take advantage of Career Development resources available to help them identify internships and prepare stipend applications. DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY MARCH 30TH 4:30 PM

Download the program guide and application form from the box on the right.

8 individual stipends of $3,750 available

The Bergami Family Summer Internship Program provides funding to offset the cost of living and expenses for an unpaid summer internship in any field. Students with financial need are encouraged to apply for these funds.

The awards are made possible by Sam & Lois Bergami and the UNH Division of Student Affairs.

The award is open to UNH First Year, Second Year, and Juniors with demonstrated financial need. Applicants must have completed a minimum of 24 credit hours at the University of New Haven to apply

Application Procedure

Applicants must complete both the application form and submit the materials below to the Career Development Center, 103 Bartels Student Activity Center (BSAC) by WEDNESDAY MARCH 30TH AT 4:30 PM

To be considered for a stipend, all students must submit a complete application, including:
  • Application Form
  • Personal Statement: Responses to Questions (see below)
  • Written statement of financial need
  • Job description for internship and employer contact information (if secured at time of application)
  • One-page resume listing prior work and/or volunteer experience and relevant coursework


To assist students in preparing application materials, the Career Development Center will be available during walk in hours (M-F, 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.). Students are strongly encouraged to take advantage of these opportunities as these awards are quite competitive. Students should have completed a rough draft of their application prior to walk-in.

Begin accepting applications Monday, February 29th
15-minute drop-in critique sessions @ Career Development Center Entire month of March, M-F 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Applications due to the Career Development Center, 103 Bartels Student Activity Center (BSAC)
Interviews Week of April 11
Recipients Selected Monday, April 25
Final verification of unpaid internships by May 13